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RallySport Direct is proud to provide the automotive enthusiast with a large catalog of Whiteline Sway Bars. The sway bar is one of the best cost-effective modifications you can perform on your car due to the fact that they can dramatically improve the handling of your vehicle.
On this page, you are looking at the Whiteline 24mm 2-hole Adjustable Front Sway Bar. This sway bar will provide your vehicle with more oversteer to balance out the overall handling of your vehicle.
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QUESTIONS & ANSWERS
Q: Use with Kartboy endlinks demonlocke609943 years agoDo you need the kartboy/whiteline spacers when using this bar in conjunction with the kartboy endlinks on the 08+ WRX?
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A: Some customers will need them, but it is not possible to predict which ones do. It is recommended that you buy a set of spacers just in case they are needed for your car.Josh P. @ RallySport Direct 3 years ago
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Q: 24mmR and 22mmF Sharaf6 years agoHi Guys, mainly in the AWD I need the rear to be stiffer than the front, So the the perfect combination will be 22mm front and 24mm rear, correct?
2 of 2 people found the following answer helpful
A: There is no perfect combination as it will change based on the driving style, and other suspension components and their set up. However if you are trying to induce over steer on off throttle, then a thicker rear bar vs the front will aid in that.Kirill C. @ RallySport Direct 6 years ago
- 2 of 2 people found the following answer helpful